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it for the emergency. what's her name? barbara foster. that's an interesting set of circumstances a girl by that name phoned the police and reported her car stolen. and the description of the car and the license number was identical with the one you're driving. i'm telling you you are making a mistake. that's what they all say. any how you can explain it down at the station house. follow me. you know this should convince you conclusively that i am the only friend you have. first your best pal smiley double-crosses you and now this girl. it ain't so the cop pulled a boner the girl ain't had nothing to do with it. wishful thinking eddie she knew you were out to kill. which meant you wouldn't be governor and she wanted to be the governor's wife. you're a liar! mankind has been beset by women since adam and barbara is the true offshoot of her grandmother eve. you're batty will you at last come to see that i am the only person you can trust. no further than i can throw this building, stop talking to me will ya. you're only making a fire burn in my head. now listen. stop it will ya! hey what's with you, wh
. or the couple who owned a salon giving free haircuts to seniors. barbara cakados broke the mold. she started with something she wasn't good at and turned it into something great. >> i'm going to sew it. >> you'd figure anyone who spent as much time at a sewing table as barbara does hers would have an amazing repetoire with needle and thread. at the very least, after thousands of hours, they could cover the basics. >> i have to make sure it lines up -- >> ask this danville mother of three to sew a button on a shirt or hem pants, and here's what she'll say. >> no. i -- i would if i could. but i can't. so i won't. >> no. there is just one thing she knows how to sew barbara. >> one thing only. >> yet hundreds who are thankful for it. >> make superhero capes. that's it. show me your muscles so i can do your arms. >> barbara's one-track sewing mission started in the family with the middle of her three sons, maddux. diagnosed with autism, maddux was having trouble dressing himself and fighting mom every step of the way if she tried to help. >> it became a daily battle that i just didn't want to dea
a woman like you. a woman like me? yes barbara i think fred should withdraw from the campaign. are you serious? deadly serious. but you can't be he's as good elected right now. yes i know. well he'll be alright, he's got to be he's got to be governor. from judges secretary to governor's wife not bad. why matt! barbara we've been friends for a long time. you're the loveliest girl i've ever known you're also the most ambitious. yes matt i am see i'm not a psychiatrist i don't know much about neurotic conditions. but i do know that what fred is doing he must do. psychiatry won't give a lot of poor kids a chance to grow up like decent human beings but fred parker will. psychiatry won't wipe out the vicious elements in this world. but the influence of governor parker will. and this ambitious wench barbara foster is going to help him do it. i'm sorry barbara i guess i was mistaken in you, forgive me [music] i'm sorry too i'm sorry that a man like fred has to pay for all this with his health. well perhaps it will work out as a matter of fact. his condition may pass as quickly as it came. but
-hunters. >>> and barbara's health battle. a surprising diagnosis for our friend and colleague, barbara walters. >>> welcome back, everybody. another major union sees clear skies for an american airlines merger. the transport workers union has agreed to terms if the bankrupt carrier merges with u.s. airways, giving its 21,000 ground workers an immediate race if there's a deal. pilots and flight attendants are already onboard. and a decision on the merger is expected in the next few weeks. >>> a gott agency says the treasury department was too generous. it approved all 18 requests for raises for executives at bailed-out companies like general motors and aig. 14 of those raises were for $100,000 to $2 million. the treasury department says it had to allow the raises for the companies to stay competitive. >>> sales are coming back to jcpenney stores. the company had stopped sales. but buyers didn't buy it and sales dropped. jcpenney says it won't offer as many sales as it once did. and it will show signs for half of its merchandise to show how much customers are saving. >>> and a blank spot has been filled on g
-time oscar-winning filmmaker barbara kopple, the first film she ever made alone, to cut carbon county usa" won an oscar in 1977. i sat down with barbara kopple and last mariel hemingway to get the sundance film festival. first, let's go back to 1954, an excerpt of the late, great writer ernest hemingway's speech accepting the nobel prize for literature. >> except other which humility. there is no need to list these writers. everyone here may make its own list according to his knowledge and his conscience. it would be impossible for me to ask the ambassador of my country to read a speech in which a writer said all the things which are in his heart. things may not be immediately discernible in what a man writes, and in this sometimes he is fortunate. but eventually, they are quite clear and by these and the degree of alchemy that he possesses, he will endure or be forgotten. writing, at its best, is only life. organizations for writers palliate the writer's loneliness, but i doubt if they improve his writing. he grows in public stature as he sheds his loneliness and often his work deteriora
? we have barbara who is an attorney. she is the writer of the monthly news later "big ideas for small business." and also author of "1001 tax deductions and breaks for 2013." great to see both of you guys, thank you for joining us. >> pleasure. >> there's a lot going on. i read an article that said frustrated, elated, happy, confused, those are all reactions. i want to talk first and foremost about the payroll tax holiday. there's no uncertainty about that. employees will be paying more out of their payroll, is this something you discuss with your employees? >> we haven't discussed with them yet. i think we were waiting first to see what would happen. our plan is to discuss it with them right before they receive their first paychecks that there will be a change. there is a 2% additional tax coming out, and we'll work with them if there's any type of problems. >> do you talk about this, barbara, our just assume everybody knows? chances are people will get their paycheck and wonder why i'm not getting as much money. >> they may be surprised, but they may be well aware of the change. the
knew she was medically in dire straits. >> the woman rushed into the emergency room was barbara george, she was an enthusiastic softball and volley ballplayer. they were pumping the woman's chest in rapid bursts. one e.r. nurse was kris kehoe. >> after 15 minutes it was all over. a doctor pronounced barb george, the mother of two dead. it was up to nurse kehoe to clean up the body for the pham willy to view. that's when she saw it. >> when we were straightening up her hair we noticed blood on the top of her head. i noticed there was a small hole. my first thought as a nurse was that it had to be a bullet hole there. >> imagine that, barbara george, the nice woman behind the counter, shot. >> shot in the head and it couldn't happen to such a good person. >> back at the comic bookshop, friends and family showed up for her united states had, the singing of happy birthday and all of the superheroes from his beloved marvel and action comics looking on. all those guests now stunned to find the party turned into a crime scene. and barb, the hostess, was dead. >> when we return, what could be
that began with someone at the center of our abc news family. barbara walters. we told you about her fall last week, fainting, injuring her head. well, we know tonight she's in the hospital with a case of chicken pox. something most of us think is a hazard only for children. but abc's chief medical editor dr. richard besser tells us, tens of thousands of adults can also be at risk. >> barbara has the chicken pox. yeah. >> what? >> apparently she never had it as a child. so, now she's being told to rest. she's not allowed any visitors and we're telling you, barbara, no scratching, okay? >> right. >> reporter: it's not as rare as you might think. if you are over 25, there's a good chance you didn't get the chicken pox vaccine, introduced in 1995. and if you didn't get the vaccine, and never had chicken pox, you could be just like barbara. about 30,000 adults get chicken pox every year. it's spread through the air and contact with those itchy spots. if if you've never had chicken pox and never had the vaccine, you might want to get to a doctor's office and get it now. adult chicken pox isn't
on immigration tonight. >>> chixen pox. how did our own barbara walters get chickenpox? as she recovers, the message she's sending to tens of thousands of us at risk. >>> and, real money. americans wasting so much money on food. our cameras surprise one family with what they're losing. >> that's pretty ridiculous. >> and we tell you how you can put hundreds of dollars back in your wallet. >>> and a good monday earning to you. we begin with a big change afoot in an iconic american institution. for generations, becoming a boy scout was an american tradition, but not for all. today, the boy scouts of america signaled they are ready to drop their ban on gay scouts and scout leaders. and abc's david muir is here to tell us why this ban may finally be ending. >> reporter: tonight, a spokesman for the boy scouts of america confirming to abc news, they are close to ending the ban on gays, scouts and leaders, meeting early nextweek. for more than 100 years, the boy scouts of america have been shaping young minds. but tonight, proof some of those young minds are now shaping the very leaders at th
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or barbara. i am interested to hear, and i know that local power has been working hard to present this financial model. and i know that the great promise moving into this cca is to do the local build-out to be energy independent and create our own renewable power sources for the communities that need it the most. and that's why i was asking for this bigger picture conversation. because it all kind of fits together. and i don't quite have understanding if the rate hearing on friday and presented with a new structure in january, and that's the same time we hear about the financial piece. and i don't know if you reviewed the financial information and now is not the time, we don't have it agendaized. and that's the comment to barbara hale, we need all of this information together so we can make an informed decision. and especially with the rates, and this local power seems viable, and that's what we hold up as the competition to pg & e and what it looks like and the communication strategy. i don't know when that conversation is going to happen for us to make an informed decision on th
morning and welcome to "news4 midday." i'm barbara harrison. >> and i'm keith russell. it's thursday, january 3rd, 2013. the police identified the body at 23-year-old michael powe. his body was found in an apartment building on built more street in nort the police are trying to figure out how he died. megan mcgrath is live with more of what happened. >> reporter: you can see the flyers on the windshields of these cars. this was a part of the effort to locate michael powe who went missing after ringing the new year in with friends at an adams morgan bar. the took a tragic turn when investigators discovered powe's body at the bottom of a ventilation shaft at a apartment building here and they believe he fell to his death through an opening in the roof. a sad close to a missing person case. the police confirm the body of a man found in a ventilation shaft on built more street is that of 23-year-old michael powe. powe has been missing since new year's eve when he parted ways with his friends at shenanigans bar. friends say at around 2:45 a.m. new year's day poe powe called a friend and s
, everyone, welcome to "news4 midday." i'm barbara harrison. >>> on i'm keith russell, it's friday, january 11th, 2013. >>> breaking news, the man police consider dangerous who escaped wednesday night from a maryland hospital has just been found. they found and arrested 27-year-old clayton mulenhoff a short time ago. we're live in tacoma park to tell us how it happened. >> reporter: we were with tacoma park police when they got the phone call from rockville police that they had located clayton malenhall. this is the man police here in tacoma park and surrounding jurisdictions have been looking for the last day and a half. wednesday night around 9:00 p.m. he escaped from the washington adventist hospital. he was on a 51-50 hold, a suds watch or a self-harm prevention watch. he was in the hospital on an involuntary status to make sure he didn't harm himself. cause of that, tacoma park elementary school was open lockdown status as were some other schools in the area be keith, as you mepgsed a short time ago, the rockville police department called the tacoma park police department knowing clayt
and welcome to "news4 midday." i'm barbara harrison. >> and i'm keith russell, it's friday, january 18th, 2013. president obama is 3re7ing to take the oath of office again. the white house released his official portrait ahead of inauguration day. it was taken in december in the oval office. a lot of folks love these pictures. you can see the impact the stress of being president can take on a man. president obama is considerably greyer now than in the portrait taken from his first term. >>> four years can take a toll on america's backyard as well. the national park service just spent $16 million to replace grass on the national mall that was trampled dump president obama's first inauguration. today, they're making sure their investment is well protected. news4 megan mcgrath is on the mall which is getting a a special protective layer. >> reporter: a sight the wug tonians are not familiar with. green, healthy grass on the national mall near the capitol. the result of a more than year-long project that cost millions of dollars and come monday, this new grass is going to get a serious workout with
? barbara wealthman is an attorney and a leading authority on tax law and finance for small businesses. she is the writer of the muntari e newsletter "big ideas for small business" and also author of the book "j.j. lasser's "1,001 tax deductions and great to see both of you. thanks for joining us. >> a pleasure. >> i read some article that said recently frustrated, elated, happy, confused, those are people's reactions right now to just what happened in washington. barb, i want to talk with you first and foremost about the payroll tax holiday so there's no uncertainty about that. your employees are going to be paying more out of their payroll. for their payroll tax is this something you've discussed with your employes? >> we haven't discussed with them yet. i think we were waiting first to see what was going to happen. our plan is to discuss with them right before they receive their first paychecks that there is going to be a change, that there is a 2% additional tax that is coming out of their pay and we're going to, you know, try to work with them if there's going to be any type of problem
that i've learned from that i put back in my cartoons. >> next on book tv, barbara matusow editor of scoop recounts the life and career of her late husband pulitzer prize-winning reporter jack nelson who died in 2009 at the age of 80. ms. matusow is joined by former president jimmy carter, former mayor of atlanta and u.s. ambassador to the united nations andrew young and former justice department spokesman terry adamson in the discussion of jack nelson's ms. moore "scoop the evolution of a southern reporter." it's about an hour >> good evening everyone. my name is hain't and i will be moderating this wonderful panel tonight. the director of the journalism program at emory and a co-author of a book about news coverage in the civil rights movement that featured jack quite prominently. first i want to thank the carter library and museum for hosting this and cosponsoring this and also emory university which houses the papers and the wisdom of a great journalists and we are so pleased that the to the surprise winners and the latest among them is jack nelson. barbara was generous and ma
the portola. * but we are going to have barbara, let's see, barbara senich and jackie moray to come up on stage and accept the award on behalf of the portola. (applause) >> nice t-shirt. thank you very much. here is a model of the t-shirt. [laughter] (applause) >> it is the best neighborhood you never heard of. both barbara and i are lifelong members of the neighborhood. i'm still in the same house that i grew up in. and come and see the new four-barrel when we timely get it. we're the only neighborhood that doesn't have a coffee shop. what can i tell you? [laughter] (applause) >> as jackie said, you'll have to come out to the portola to see what's going on. and don't forget to notice our painted pillar there as you drive along 01 >> experiencing technical difficulty; please stand by >> here is the other linda to accept the award on behalf of the group. (applause) >> thank you. my name is linda light haiser and i work with help mclaren park. alioto-pier here to accept the award on behalf of the founders of the organization, the real movers and shakers who couldn't be here tonight, chu
them later. barbara latchly, investigators wanted her to leave but when they didn't, they strangled her and tried to -- investigators say they wanted her to leave but when they didn't, they strangled her. >> here's an attorney for one of the suspects. >> he's scared. she's charged with a very serious crime. he's very concerned and he's worried. he's frightened. but he's realistic about the process and we involve him in all stages of what's going to occur in the case, what's going occur in the croom. >> reporter: now family members for the accused were in court today but did not want to speak on camera. we did speak with barbara latchly's son and daughter-in- law. they did not want to speak on camera. they are here at the house salvaging what they can. they've started an online petition with the search words justice for barbara. defense attorneys say they will just comb over any evidence that they can. they are very confident in their case. their next court appearance is scheduled for april 19th. i'm brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, brian. >>> there are new developments i
these results. ♪ >> reporter: 72-year-old barbara croft decided to have a lumpectomy and radiation last year. she didn't mind the time or travel required to get radiation. her big worry, spending more hours in the operating room. >> my concerns about getting a mastectomy were the question of a much larger surgery, actually. as well as some kind of reconstruction. >> reporter: location and lifestyle are increasingly influencing women's choice of treatment. and doctors say for early stage patients, those are the considerations that matter most. >> the question for every woman becomes not just the general options, but which of the two options might be a best fit for her personally. >> well, every woman wants to individualize treatment. in this case, it may be that less surgery has better outcomes, brian. >> nancy, while we have you, a friend and colleague of all of ours today, barbara walters, 83 years old, has been in the hospital for nine days, suffered a fall before the inauguration, spiked a fever. and today we learned she has chickenpox. how common is that? >> it's not common, but a remind
, you told my friend barbara walters you had no intention of running for president. >> right. >> in december of 2001, you told tim russert, you had no intention of running for president. >> and i didn't. >> things change. do you feel that joe biden as vice president has right of first refusal as it were within the party or is it an open competition if you decide to run? >> well, american politics is always an open competition but i have no, you know, i have no position on any of this. >> reporter: for now. clinton said she can't imagine waking up next week and having nowhere to go. she said maybe i'll go back to sleep for a change. brian? >> andrea mitchell at the state department for us, thanks. >>> while the second term cabinet is not yet set, the last remaining republican in the obama first term cabinet announced he's leaving. ray lahood told the president he is moving on. former illinois congressman launched a huge safety awareness campaign against distracted driving during his four years as secretary, among other things. >>> inspiring milestone from johns hopkins hospita
humana... asi lo dio a conocer el servicio de inmigracion y aduanas... barbara gonzalez/secretaria de prensa de ice "las ponen en casa no las dejan ni les permiten salir, les quitan sus papeles les quitan todo, dinero, las amenazan." la semana pasada, una operacion de ice en florida, georgia y carolina del norte desarticulo una red de explotacion sexual... 13 personas fueron arrestadas, 11 mujeres de mexico y centroamerica fueron liberadas... barbara gonzalez/secretaria de prensa de ice "la mas jovencita tenia 19 anos y estaban siendo forzadas a la prostitucion y lo que hacian estos criminales es, se movian de ciudad en ciudad para que los clientes no tuvieran una variedad de personas." de acuerdo con las autoridades , la red operaba desde el 2008 y atrajo a decenas de mujeres al pais obligandolas a trabajar como prostitas en hogares, hoteles y casas rodantes... el precio? 30 dolares por cada relacion sexual... este es el mes de tomar conciencia sobre este tipo de crimen y ice pide a los hispanos a que se involucren. barbara gonzalez/secretaria de prensa de ice "como seres humanos
situation playing out in northern africa. our barbara starr is covering the developments at the pentagon. so without getting into the int indicates of mali, give us an idea of what is happening in algeria, barbara. >> well, u.s. officials have told us for the last two days now the information is sketchy, as you just said. right now the algerian operation, it is believed continues to be under way. defense secretary leon panetta has said he believes there are as many as seven american hostages involved in this incident. it looks like the u.s. government, the british, japanese, norwegians, basically, are letting this algerian operation play out. you have to, you know, really remember, this is sovereign algerian territory. it's something the algerians take very seriously. they haven't asked, as far as we know, for any u.s. help. they want to handle it. this is a classic hostage situation. the algerians have moved in, surrounded it, nobody in, nobody out, and they are going to make the attempt to deal with it. that's the basic u.s. understanding. but, you know, beyond that it's very difficult to
barbara walters, is in the >> cupertino, concord, wine country, and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> using your visa or mastercard could now be more expensive because scores can charge you more for using a credit card, town 4 percent more. merchandise have paid the fees but a court ruling says they can pass it on to you, the consumer. in california, though, that is not the case. we are among the ten states that already have barred retailers from charging the fee. >> barbara walters has been moved from washington, to a hospital in new york after it was discovered she is suffering from chicken pox. co-host of "the view" has been in the hospital since she hit her head on a fall january 19 and mass not been released because of a running fever. chicken pox is usually contracted in childhood and her diagnosis was announce on "the view" seen weekdays right here on abc7 at 10:00. >> when you get it, it is a bear. >> i had it when i was 21, but i i didn't get it enough when i was younger. >> don't get sicks, folks us is nice. >> good morning, everyone, you can see how blue the skies from
alert just all rolled into one. we told you last week that barbara walters was in the hospital after taking a fall. >> doctors kept her there because she was running a temperature. and now they know why. here's abc's dr. richard besser. >> barbara has the chickenpox. yeah. apparently she's never had it as a child, so now she's being told to rest. she's not allowed any visitors, and we're telling you barbara, no scratching. >> reporter: it's not as rare as you might think. if you're ever 25, there's a good chance you didn't get the chickenpox vaccine, introduced in 1995. and if you didn't get the vaccine and never had chickenpox, you could be just like barbara. about 30,000 get chickenpox every year. it's spread through the air and contact with those itchy spots. if you've never had chickenpox and never had the vaccine, you might want to get to a doctor's office and get it now. adult chickenpox isn't just inconvenient, it can lead to complications. like pneumonia and bacterial infection. in barbara's case, chickenpox is causing that annoying itching. >> those spots will spread even wo
a valley wine, and chocolates. we have learned of a second bet senator barbara mikulski and ben cardin and senator barbaraboxer than -- and dianne feinstein. >> we look forward to receiving that wine. abc 74re to stay with full count ridge of the super bowl. newave several crews in orleans. >> look for live reports hour.ing the next here is your chance to appear on by recording a greeting for "good morning washington." >> a video, 10-15 seconds. or you can send a link to a youtube clip. these are the videos we show every morning. just make sure you end it i , good morning, washington. thatam caskey always has good morning cheer. >> the more energy, the better. have the kids saying good morning washington! we do have one sprinkle to talk .bout you and not much moisture associated one littleas early this morning. rising temperatures today. already this morning, a big temperature range. , 39.rick come a 36. , 36. thersburg 56 now in charlottesville. a cold wedge through the metro area. high temperatures today will range from 48 48 in frederick to 60 in parts of the shenandoah valley. 65 t
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miércoles que tal saluda barbara, gracias por estar con n nosotros. >> el sorprendente anuncio del presidente a un mes del actendoo atentado, detalles. >> barbara el rpesidente que esta conciente de que no d todas las deaideas son buenas, o es un plpananteamiento que endue el crimen con armas de fuego. >> la muerte de 20 niños y 2 u adultos fue un dueñlo, como pare del plan de 23 medidas el pre presidente quiere que se prohiba las armas de asalto, quiere que se recvisvise el estado menta a las personas, lo acomparñaron 4 niños, pide el voto a conciencia conciencia. >> los activistas en pro de las armas, la asociacion del rifle c cuestiona que se niega a poner guardias en las escuelas mien mientras que las hijas están a o apoyadas con seel serviciso s o secreto. >> se limitan a 5 los cargador s cargadores, el alguacil de ore o oregon dice que no pondra el ley el no defenderse, su misibva gao adeptos, pero el presidente esta a cuero do de firmar, pero di u que si sus hijos sean protegi o protegisdoprotegisddos protegidos. >> la asociacion del rifle que e esta de acuerdo
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